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I put pypacker up on github

Probably the most read post on this blog is about sprite packing in Python, here.

At the time I didn’t have a github account and was planning to make a small desktop application out of the algorithm as a way of learning Qt, which maybe I really will do some day, but in the meantime here is the latest version of this code and that I mention in the comments of the original post:

https://github.com/jwezorek/pypacker

The main thing that this version adds besides fixing the bug with growing that I had mentioned is an “–padding” command line option that will pad each sprite by an integer amount (usually you want 1) in the sprite sheet. This turns out to often be necessary for cocos2d-x/iOS games as if you don’t do it one sprite can bleed into adjacent sprites — although the issue may have been something that Apple has now fixed at the OpenGL ES layer or that was fixed in cocos2d-x — I was never sure whose bug it was but padding by a pixel makes it go away.

So usage would now be like:

pypacker.py -i C:\foo\sprites -o C:\foo\output\spritesheet -m grow -p 1

which would do packing on the images in C:\foo\sprites and make two files in C:\foo\output, spritesheet.png and spritesheet.plist, with each sprite padded by 1 pixel. If you need power-of-two square padding on the out put include a “-x” option on the command.